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SNELLS USED BARGAINS. CARS. 1928 SINQER SALOON £27 1326 STANDARD 11.9 PERFECT £15 1926 B.S.A.—DAIMLER SALOON £35 COMMERCIAL VANB 1939

SNELLS USED BARGAINS. CARS. 1928 SINQER SALOON £27 1326 STANDARD 11.9 PERFECT £15 1926 B.S.A.—DAIMLER SALOON £35 COMMERCIAL VANB 1939

Bcwt. MORRIS 1925 Bowt. MORRIS 1932 sowt. JAMEB 3-WHEELER scwt. TRIUMPH VAN THREE WHEELERS. B.S.A. 9h.p. SPORTS 1927 MORGAN lOh.p. AERO £27 1931 RUDGE A SIDECAR £35 MOTOR CYCLES. SUNBEAM ELECTRIC 1932 O.K. SUPREME ELECTRIC ... £37 1932 500 cc TRIUMPH O.H.V. ELECTRIC. £39 1932 SO
23 February 1933 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
BRING YOUR TYPE TROUBLES TO US. EXPERT R*TR**n|Nf! °E"AIRING, Ann viJl- -4NfC|MG. RETREAPPO »ND-H AND STOCK. r REPAIRED. SAVING OF

BRING YOUR TYPE TROUBLES TO US. EXPERT R*TR**n|Nf! °E"AIRING, Ann viJl- -4NfC|MG. RETREAPPO »ND-H AND STOCK. r REPAIRED. SAVING OF

£50 VAUXHALL CADET SALOON, flush fitting sliding roof; soft brown furniture hide upholstery; Coachwork ceilufosed Black with Grean Striping; Green Wheels; in every way a New Car. Manufacturers uuarantee. Milage negligible. sacrif,ce ANY TRIAL IN DEVON OR CORNWALL BY APPOINTMENT
23 February 1933 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
TALKS » DRESSMAKING I Miss H. PATRICIA the McCall Pattern ConiP 0 give PRACTICAL TALK- SEWING and demonstrai CUTTING and

TALKS » DRESSMAKING I Miss H. PATRICIA the McCall Pattern ConiP 0 give PRACTICAL TALK- SEWING and demonstrai CUTTING and

GARMENTS TO-DAY an« TO-MORROW 3 p.m. in the Store Th« Miss Russell will also » tf , I attendance all day to ansv I questions on sewing difficulties. COME AND LET AN YOU WITH YOUR PROBLEMS. I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^ SPRING OPENING MON
23 February 1933 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
THIEF CLIMBS STACK-PIPE.

THIEF CLIMBS STACK-PIPE.

aU.OOO JEWEL THEFT FROM SIR PAUL LATHAM'S HOME. Scotland Yard detectives were to day investigating a daring jewel robbery, perpetrated by an agile cat burglar at the home of Sir Paul Latham, MP., and Lady Latham, in Hyde Park Gardens, London. Jewels, including a valuable diamond
14 February 1934 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
TRADE "WAR" TALK.

TRADE "WAR" TALK.

FRENCH SPLIT WITH BRITAIN PROBABLE. SIR JOHN SIMON'S IMPATIENCE." That a split is threatening between British and French policy, not only with regard to trade differences, but over the French Note to Germany the armaments question, is the opinion expressed by the Paris Socialist
14 February 1934 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
ICE-BREAKER SUNK

ICE-BREAKER SUNK

CREW MAROONED ON OPEN ICEFIELD ONE LIFE LOST SOVIET VESSEL MEETS WITH DISASTER The Soviet ice-breaker Cheliuskin, which was on an exploratory expedition to the Pacific, has been crushed and sunk off the north coast of Siberia. The news is contained in wireless message from the l
14 February 1934 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
WHERE THEY WANT SNOW —AND PLENTY OF IT.

WHERE THEY WANT SNOW —AND PLENTY OF IT.

LINCS. WOLDS FACE PROSPECT OF ACUTE WATER SHORTAGE. SERIOUS OUTLOOK FOR SUMMER. The spring-like weather experienced on the Lincolnshire Wolds since February dawned has been very pleasant. But has brought considerable alarm among the farmers and villagers. The fears of water shor
14 February 1934 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
LADY DIANA COOPER FINED

LADY DIANA COOPER FINED

CARELESS DRIVING SUMMONS AFTER COLLISION. MISSING WITNESS MYSTERY. The suggestion that the police had withheld the name and address a witness for the defence was made at Clerkenwell Police Court yesterday, when Lady Diana Olivia Winifred Maud Cooper, of Gower-street, W.C., plead
14 February 1934 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
"THIS DEPLORABLE ACT"

"THIS DEPLORABLE ACT"

PROTEST AT REMOVAL OF A LENIN FRESCO Many American artists are protesting against the removal from the Great Hall of the Rockefeller Centre, New York, of the fresco bearing a portrait of Lenin by Diego Rivera, the Mexican artist. Mr. John Sloan, president of the Society of Indep
14 February 1934 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
To-night's

To-night's

LISTENERS are no doubt wondering what is to be done by the 8.8.C. following the termination of tho contract with Mr. Vernon Bartlett, who, for some considerable time, has been giving weekly talks on foreign affairs. From what we can gather Mr. Bartlett is not be replaced another
14 February 1934 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England